By: Karen ‘Pinky’ Schultz Competency-based medical education (CBME) has been deliberately designed to train learners to provide safe competent care to meet patient and societal needs.1,2 Operationalizing CBME for learners has necessitated a multi-pronged approach, including […]
Category: CBME, by the ICBME Collaborators
CBME webinars: looking back and looking ahead
By: Dorothy Andriole (@AndrioleDorothy) and Michael Barone (@BaroneMichael) The ICBME Collaborators started hosting webinars in 2016 to engage colleagues across the world on the important issues in competency-based education. As the 2021-2022 CBME webinar series draws […]
Have We Got the Concept of Feedback All Wrong?
By: Teri L. Turner I’ve been reflecting on the concept of feedback and why we, as teachers, can’t seem to get it right. When I ask clinician-educators to reflect on what skills they would like to […]
On the “Defensibility” of Prospective Summative Entrustment Decisions
By: Holly Caretta-Weyer (@holly_cw) Imagine yourself in a courtroom having to defend your decision to graduate a trainee to a jury of your peers. What evidence would you bring? What would you say? How would you compose […]
What do Pets Want? Competent Vets!
By: Jennifer (Jennie) Hodgson Introduction Since the early 2000s, veterinary medical education has followed other health care professions and recognized the need for a greater focus on outcomes and the identified competencies required of Day-1 […]